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Joseph Joseph chopping board set £16.18 at Costco

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Costco have 25% off the Joseph Joseph chopping board set in this months voucher book, making this set £16.18 including VAT.
This offer starts on Monday 7th Feb, so you won't get it at this price this weekend.
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#1
saw these in Costco yesterday...look pretty smart for the money, voted hot
#2
More to look at than use ! Have a wood block have used for over 10 years,
Good price though for those that like them heat added (_;)
#3
Good price for this IMO - wish I'd waited now. Got the "lookalike" ASDA ones for £10 the other day.
#4
Had a set for a year and are very good
#5
barclays
More to look at than use ! Have a wood block have used for over 10 years,
Good price though for those that like them heat added (_;)


had the same for 3 years. decided finally to get rid of it even though its still usable coz of the hygiene factor.
#6
These are £50 in Habitat. Excellent deal and readily available too.
#7
Have some heat. Good deal :3
#8
Great boards for proper home cooks. Not required if you just want to microwave some Rustler's burgers though.
#9
Have seen these in Debenhams but thought they were too expensive. Might have to try and persuade the parents to take a trip to Costco next week though at this price. Cheers for the heads up.
1 Like #10
Yeah, I need more than one chopping board when I am pretending to be Jamie Oliver too...

(_;)

Substance, say hello to style.
#11
barclays
More to look at than use ! Have a wood block have used for over 10 years,
Good price though for those that like them heat added (_;)


I have had some of these for 2 years and use them every day. They are great and very hygienic.
#12
Ohh, I miss Costco, nearest one's now an hour away :( Wanted one of these for ages too.
#13
I bought these from John Lewis for £35 unfortunately :( However I have found that using these in a dishwasher causes them to warp and such they then dont fit in the holder so well and spin on the worktop when using themf or cutting... so they do have a downside!
#14
evil213666
I bought these from John Lewis for £35 unfortunately :( However I have found that using these in a dishwasher causes them to warp and such they then dont fit in the holder so well and spin on the worktop when using themf or cutting... so they do have a downside!


Yes, and they mark very easily. First time I chopped chicken breasts on it and there were knife marks everywhere.:)
#15
why donw they call it just joseph?
#16
Wood is best to cut on..period. How may butchers and fishmongers use these?
#17
evil213666
I bought these from John Lewis for £35 unfortunately :( However I have found that using these in a dishwasher causes them to warp and such they then dont fit in the holder so well and spin on the worktop when using themf or cutting... so they do have a downside!


Seems a bit naughty then that they say "dishwasher safe" in the Costco booklet.
#18
eatmorefish
Wood is best to cut on..period. How may butchers and fishmongers use these?


What about if you're not on your period?

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